Facebook says users will tolerate more advertisements. Is that assumption correct?
Home sales in April rose to a three-year high of 4.97 million, just shy of what economists had expected.
The head of the world's most powerful central bank said that despite job growth, the economy still needs help from the Fed.
Lois Lerner, who runs the IRS exemption division, said she has "not broken any laws." She then pleaded the Fifth.
Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece's account balances are heading toward pre-crisis levels, thanks to improved trade imbalances.
The company built 2.8 million vehicles in the region last year, when it operated near full capacity.
Guatemala's former dictator made headlines for his genocide conviction, a Latin American first. But then the affair became more complicated.
The troubled maker of the Karma electric hybrid sports car could end up in the hands of a US boutique car company and a Chinese partner.